James Whitaker's column: Kenneth George Gavin.
NEXT Thursday I'll find myself in the Arsenal banqueting hall, an unlikely venue for Britain's greatest columnist. As you know I find most people connected with soccer pretty rough. Horrible things seem to happen to them when they're involved with the so-called "beautiful game".
I'll be at the Gunners' HQ to celebrate the career of Kenneth George Gavin, not only the Daily Mirror's favourite son but Fleet Street's most famous living photographer. After 38 years and countless awards, Gavs, an Arsenal nut, is being suitably honoured.
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Oct 4, 2003|
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